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Page 20 Rawlings honored as Mentor of the Year sx DALE FXSK Meadows Valley High School teach- er Cindy Rawlings received a 2012 Celebration of Teaching - Mentor of the Year award on September 27 in Boise. She was one of 18 teachers and coun- selors from southwest Idaho public schools who received the award. Rawlings earned a degree in mathemat- where she teaches high ics education and physi- cal education from Boise State, and was vocation- ally certified in informa- tion technology through the University of Idaho. She has been teaching for 27 years, 21 of which have been at Meadows Valley school math, advises the National Honor Society and senior class, and is co-advisor for The Quiz Bowl Team. Rawlings also chairs the Meadows Valley Technology Committee and is helping teachers integrate new state stan- Wednesday, November 7, 2012 dards for match. "It is an honor to celebrate the impres- sive accomplish- ments of these outstanding men- tors who positively impact the lives of others and make our profession one in which we can all be proud; said Diane Boothe, dean of the Boise State College of Education. The Mentor of the Year awards are a joint project of Boise State, the Idaho Education Association, the Meridian School District, the Boise School District, the Blaine County School District and the Idaho State Department of Education. Ready | if not, Idaho Power's Home Improvement Program can help keep your home warm and comfortable this winter while helping reduce energy waste. This energy efficiency progrmn offers cash incentives of 15 cents per square foot for the professional  installation of attic insulation and 50 cents per square foot for the professional installation of wall and under-floor insulation. i i-TO qualify, your home must be electrically-heated. Visit our website a complete list of eligibility requirements and qualified coolctors. ,idahopower,com/energyeffic00 q-he Adams Couhty Record Tiger molested in downtown Council BY DALE FISK A senseless act of ani- mal cruelty was perpe- trated in Council recently. The victim, a six-foot-tall Bengal Tiger was sta- tioned at his usual post outside the Curiosity Spot second hand store on Saturday night when three local teenage boys accost- ed him. Fortunately sher- iff's deputy Drew Canfield was in the right place at the right time .to witness the crime. Canfield was able to apprehend one of the boys. The Styrofoam tiger moved here from Boise some time bacL where he had a job as a parade float character. He was hired by Mr. Tiger back at his usual post. The crime scene. Jack and Paula Roberts to guard their Gypsy Winds eatery near the east end of Illinois avenue in Council before transferring to the second hand store. When Curiosity Spot owner Judy Torres arrived at her shop on Sunday, she found her tiger lying on his side around the corner from where he should have been. He was soon put right again, although he is still suffer- ing from a few injuries. Some of those wounds are from two previous times that he was accosted and tipped over. Similar insults have been commit- ted against Virgil Butler's giant chair across the street at All About Wood, which has been tipped over twice. The chair and the tiger have served as tourist attraction in town, as numerous people have stopped to have their pic- tures taken with each. Shop owner Torres is not taking kindly to the repeated vandalism, and has pressed charges against the boy who was caught. Her view is that young people need to realize the consequences of their actions before they wind up committing more serious crimes. HEADING SOUTH FOR THE WINTER??? Take the ADAMS COUNTY RECORD with you to stay in touch with all the local news Have your subscription address changed to your new location by calling us at 20S-2,dI-6981, stoppi by 105 Illinois Avenue, or tiling out the form below and mailing i to FO Pox K, Council, IF $$612. Name Address Change Form Phone Number Old Address New Address 11 II d I[